The Freeman Ranch represents one of the highest deeded acreage ranches available in Arizona, as one contiguous operation of 67,398 acres including 34,909 deeded acres. Freeman Ranch is the combination of three historic and reputation ranches into one premier cattle ranch. Located on the San Francisco and Coconino Plateau in north central Arizona, this ranch's roots are traced to the Freeman Ranch, The Pouquette/Red Hill and the Cuervo. This ranch is strategically improved as a commercial cow-calf ranch with the flexibility and potential to run yearlings and stockers.

With a location in the heart of an area steeped in western-ranching tradition, the opportunity to purchase a ranch bordering the Babbitt Ranch and just east of the historic Diamond A Ranch (formerly known as The Boquillas) comes along just once in a lifetime.

Broker(s): John Stratman, Robb Van Pelt

LOCATION

The Freeman Ranch is located in Coconino County, approximately 200 miles north of Phoenix and 29 miles northwest of Williams, Arizona. Access to the ranch from Williams is provided by paved HWY 64 north approximately 7½ miles to Espee Road. Proceed west on Espee Road (dirt road) approximately 22 miles to the headquarters.

ACREAGE

The topography of this ranch is classified as gently rolling grassland. Various ridge tops have scattered pinion and juniper cover. The elevation ranges from 5,530 to 6,160 at the highest point on the south to the lowest point on the north end.

IMPROVEMENTS

The headquarters improvements include two remodeled ranch houses, bunkhouse, hay barn with shop attached, horse facilities (barn, arena, round-pen, tack-room), miscellaneous outbuildings, overhead pellet bin, shipping corrals with scales, and other range corrals. There is a new hay barn in place at the shipping corrals. There is a house located at Pouquette Camp, used primarily as a hunting cabin.

Main Ranch House: 1,659 square feet with a 456 square foot porch and a 99 square foot porch; concrete foundation; wood frame and siding and a tin roof; three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, living room with a fireplace; remodeled approximately five years ago; utility and condition good.

Ranch Manager's House:1,568 square feet with a 248 square foot porch, a 36 square foot porch & 88 square foot patio; concrete foundation; wood frame and siding and a tin roof; two bedrooms, one-bathroom, kitchen, living room with a wood stove, & office/extra bedroom; remodeled approximately five years ago; utility and condition good.

Bunkhouse:650 square feet with a 90 square foot porch; cinder block foundation; linoleum floor; veneer siding with tin roof; one large room (dining & kitchen), two bedrooms, one-bathroom, wood stove for heat. Utility-good; condition-fair; EA-26; REL-45.

Hay Barn with Shop: 3,965 square feet; wood construction with tin siding and roof, dirt floor; includes 1,220 square foot shop inside; shop has a concrete floor; utility & condition good; EA-26; REL-45.

Miscellaneous Out-Buildings:156 square feet; wood construction on one side-open on other side; tin roof; dirt floor; utility & condition fair.

Horse Facilities:
• 2,470 square foot barn with a 114 square foot feed room attached; concrete foundation, lumber construction with stucco siding and a tin roof; seven stalls inside with outside access - dirt floors, concrete runway; pipe construction arena; 50 LF round pen with metal siding; constructed approximately five years ago; utility & condition excellent.
• Overhead Pellet Bin
• Cylinder shaped steel tank, approximately 1,500 gallons capacity, placed on steel frame.
• Solar Panels - Pipe-stands with solar panels mounted on each stand.
• Shipping Corrals - Pipe construction with 10 ton Howe Scale-Ser# 1192571; Model # 250
• New Hay Barn at Shipping Corrals - Wood construction with metal siding and roof, good condition.

Pouquette Camp House:768 square feet with a 272 square foot porch; concrete foundation, cinder block construction with a tin roof; one-bedroom, one-bathroom, kitchen, living room; utility-good & condition fair.

Grazing Fees: The 2018 State grazing fee is $2.81 per head per month.

Rated Carrying Capacity: 8 Head per section

Listing Broker Travis Bard with Keller Williams Northern Arizona.